The holiday season is the one time of the year when you tend to surround yourself with family and friends outside your online social circles. When such is the case, showing off your photos can be a challenge.
After a series of announcements — in which the service said it was shutting down, being acquired by an unnamed company, and then shutting down again — Twitpic says it has reached a deal with Twitter to maintain its photo archive and domain name
Sometimes when Apple introduces an enhanced, and streamlined user experience with their products, it comes in the form of removing features rather than adding them. Such is the case with photos on iOS 8.
When planning a trip with family and friends, keeping up with each member’s last minute schedule changes can be time consuming. Using the following iOS tips will help by keeping everyone well informed during the event.
Google+ has released a big update to its Photos platform, offering highlight reels of big events and vacations.
Lyve Minds, the personal media startup founded by former Apple (S AAPL) exec Tim Bucher, is opening up pre-orders for its Lyve Home device on April 22nd, according to a newsletter sent out to subscribers Tuesday. Lyve Home, which helps to back up photos and synchronize them across your devices, will sell for $300, and the company just previewed some of its functionality in a stylish new YouTube video. Lyve Minds was previously known as Black Pearl Systems, and Bucher told me all about his plans at CES.
The iPad can make a great family photo album, provided it has your photos on it. This article will go over some of the best ways to put your favorite photos on to the iPad.
Pinterest mobile for iOS (s aapl) and Android (s goog) both received updates today — the most noteworthy of which is the ability to view GIFs on both iPhone and Android smartphones. According to the company’s engineering blog, the feature allows users to pin GIFs directly, which will show up in feeds with a small play button. GIFs can then be played via mobile, shared and repinned across platforms. The iPad version was also updated, including support for place pins.
Instagram has published a guidebook for brands that want to advertise on the platform.
Imgur is bringing data to its massive catalog of images, offering brands and pro users to take a peek into traffic for their “viral” content.